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Conceptualizations and Mental Processing in Language : Including a Selection of Papers from the First International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Duisburg, Germany, March-April 1989 :  Including a Selection of Papers from the First International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Duisburg, Germany, March-April 1989 - Richard A. Geiger

Conceptualizations and Mental Processing in Language : Including a Selection of Papers from the First International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Duisburg, Germany, March-April 1989

Including a Selection of Papers from the First International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Duisburg, Germany, March-April 1989

By: Richard A. Geiger (Editor), Brygida Rudzka-Ostyn (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1991
ISBN: 9783110127140
Number Of Pages: 839
For Ages: 22+ years old

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Preface
List of contributors
Introductionp. 1
The cognitive paradigm: Goals, frameworks, implications
The alphabet of human thoughtsp. 23
Cognitive semantics and the history of philosophical epistemologyp. 53
From meaning to message in two theories: Cognitive and Saussurean views of the Modern Dutch demonstrativesp. 81
A functional view on prototypesp. 115
Process linguistics: A cognitive-scientific approach to natural language understandingp. 141
Requirements for a computational lexicon: A cognitive approachp. 171
Some pedagogical implications of cognitive linguisticsp. 201
Meaning and meaning extension
On representing and referringp. 227
Minimal and full definitions of meaningp. 247
Metacognitive aspects of reference: Assessing referential correctness and successp. 267
An image-schematic constraint on metaphorp. 291
The axiological parameter in preconceptual image schematap. 307
Value judgment in the metaphorization of linguistic actionp. 331
Lexico-syntactic phenomena
Schematic values of the Japanese nominal particles wa and gap. 371
The meaning of (a)round: A study of an English prepositionp. 399
The semantics of giving in Mandarinp. 433
Agentivity in cognitive grammarp. 487
Cases as conceptual categories: Evidence from Germanp. 531
A cognitive account of Samoan lavea and galo verbsp. 567
"Locations", "paths", and the Cora verbp. 593
A broader perspective: Discursive, cross-linguistic, cross-cultural
Patterns of mobilization: A study of interactions signals in Romancep. 649
Interaction and cognition: Speech act schemata with but, and their interrelation with discourse typep. 679
Syntactic, semantic and interactional prototypes: The case of left-dislocationp. 709
Scenes and frames for orders and threatsp. 731
Tenses and demonstratives: Conspecific categoriesp. 741
Articles in translation: An exercise in cognitive linguisticsp. 785
What does it mean for a language to have no singular-plural distinction? Noun-verb homology and its typological implicationp. 801
Subject indexp. 815
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ISBN: 9783110127140
ISBN-10: 3110127148
Series: Cognitive Linguistics Research
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 839
Published: 1991
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 4.45
Weight (kg): 1.34